The Ecosystem - PRODUCE: Making It Happen. Software and Hardware Working Together for a Successful Output

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Duration & Cost: 60 minutes & FREE

Pat McGrew
The McGrewGroup Inc.
Ryan McAbee
Chief Analyst
Pixel Dot Consulting
Linnea Wolken
Director, Global Marketing, Alliances & Operations
Ricoh USA
Bob Neubauer
Editor in Chief
In-plant Impressions
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Now we’re getting to the good stuff.

Your jobs are onboarded (INPUT), estimating and output specifications are under control (MANAGE), and your files are ready for production and output (PREPARE).

Now, everything needs to work together to match your customer’s specifications and expectations. But how?

Print production is so much more than putting marks on paper. It’s about document assembly, file optimization, and smart shop floor management enabling current job output and providing long-term flexibility to support the next generation of output. It’s about enabling continuous feed, cut sheet, labels, lighter and heavier substrates, and robotic insertion, to name a few.

Join us to learn how to build and capitalize on the PRODUCE stage of your print ecosystem. Hosted by an expert panel featuring Pat McGrew, Managing Director of the McGrew Group; Ryan McAbee, Chief Analyst at Pixel Dot Consulting; and Linnea Wolken, Director, Global Marketing, Alliances & Operations, Ricoh Graphic Communications Group, this webinar will cover:

  • Learning from real-world customer use cases.
  • Bridging the gap between traditional hand-pick distribution and modern machine-automated distribution.
  • Providing a system of record for all print-related output, archiving assets, and box content.
  • Centralizing all print operations, providing the critical functions of document management and archiving.
  • Questions? Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at (215) 238-5300.

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